I’m so grateful to be blogging right now. This winter has been such a blessing - as hard as it’s been some days to feel all cooped up inside away from the cold - I love the solitude it’s granted. I have a lot on my mind...thinking about adulthood and overall, this day in age that we live in. I saw a quote on Facebook months ago that said something like, “I’m at that point in life where I don’t even care if people like me anymore. If you like me, cool. If you don’t, okay.” I’ve thought about that quote almost every day since!
Being a primary president, or the president of any auxiliary in the church — it’s not for the faint of heart, especially when you actually care quite a bit about what other people think. I’m not saying I do or I don’t. I care about what my Maker thinks of me and how I treat His children, but regardless, I’m not the person I once was. The Book of Mormon has been teaching me that leaders in the Lord’s kingdom must be meek and lowly of heart, yet full of strength to carry out His will. Captain Moroni remained faithful, righteous, and strong at a time when death, suffering, and hatred were everywhere.
I want to be true and faithful, completely honest — letting nothing compromise who I am inside, regardless of what a person will think of me as the result. I appreciate the opportunity to work on this every day as I strive to feed His little lambs through my calling.